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Everyone needs feedback about how they are performing their job. Without feedback, you would have no idea how good or bad you’re doing and whether or not you are meeting the requirements of your job, satisfying your customers, meeting your boss’s expectations, or even performing your job correctly.

Many employees receive little or no feedback about their performance. This can lead to lost productivity and little or no career advancement. Both can be very detrimental to everyone involved. The good news that these problems can be prevented by helping employees understand how they are performing and what they can do to improve. Solid feedback can be the most important information that an employee will ever receive concerning his ...

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